September 6, 2018 — The Jesuit Refugee Service took part in the latest assembly of the Jesuit Network for Migrants (JNM), the Caribbean region, in Port-au-Prince August 21 - 22, looking at the issue of migration flows in the Caribbean.
August 30, 2018 — On May 15th and 22nd, Frédéric Barriault, joined 15 people on a consultative committee on reconciliation with the First nations organized by the Jesuit Forum for Social Faith and Justice.
August 22, 2018 — According to the new Socius of the Jesuits of Canada, Reverend Gilles Mongeau, SJ, not one of us has grounds to cast stones at the Roman Church, because not one of us belongs to a church that is institutionally sinless.
July 31, 2018 — On July 31st 2018, on the Feast of St. Ignatius Loyola, the French and English Canada provinces became the new Jesuit Province of Canada. It is time now to dream of the future, to reflect on our apostolates, to forge a new Jesuit and Ignatian identity for Canada.
Était-ce possible? Pourrait-on vraiment créer une Province jésuite unissant les fa-meuses « deux solitudes », des jésuites des Provinces du Canada français et du Cana-da anglais qui formeraient non seulement une seule entité administrative mais un corps apostolique au service des populations canadiennes d’un océan à l’autre?
In July 2018, for the first time in more than ninety years, there will be a single and bilingual Canadian Jesuit province. To prepare for this historic occasion, it is helpful to reflect on current Jesuit activities in Canada and Haiti, which will be part of the new province.
Brother James (Jim) Deshaye died on July 13, 2018 at Scarborough General Hospital. He was in his 76th year and in religious life for 55 years. He was involved in physical work as a handyman of many trades. His silence spoke of his solid day to day spiritual journey.
July 1, 2018 — In honor of the feast of St. Ignatius Loyola on July 31, IgnatianSpirituality.com offers a selection of articles, blog posts, and videos to help you explore the riches of Ignatian spirituality.
June 12, 2018 — The Canadian Migration Immersion Experience — co-organized by Norbert Piche of Jesuit Refugee Service/Canada and the Ignatian Solidarity Network—examined the Canadian approach to welcoming refugee claimants.